Anti-martingale is a sports betting strategy that works on the opposite principle of the well-known Martingale financial system. The undistorted Martingale strategy obliges the player to double the bet amount if the previous one loses, and the Anti-Martingale strategy, on the contrary, involves doubling the amount of each bet, provided that the previous bet has played. In case of loss, the player needs to return to the original bet amount.
In order to profitably play the Anti-Martingale strategy, experienced clients of bookmakers recommend using quotes from 2.00 and above. If a successful series has reached 3 – 4 bets, the player returns to the size of the initial bet. Professional players who use this strategy in practice return to the initial bet size after two successful bets.
Let’s consider an example of using the Anti-Martingale system in practice.
The bookmaker’s client placed a bet on $ 100 with a coefficient of 2.10. His forecast turned out to be correct, and the payout was $ 210. The player’s next move will be a $200 bet.
Provided that the second bet also made a profit, the player is free to decide for himself whether to double the next bet or return to the initial amount ($ 100). In case of a negative outcome, the BC client starts a new cycle with the minimum bet amount.
The Anti-Martingale strategy is not very popular, even among the most experienced players, because the obligation to double the amount of each bet can lead to a fleeting loss of the entire game pot if a series of failures drags on. Novice players are not recommended to use this financial management system for betting.